Monday, 18 January 2010


Hello again folks! UKIP's Nigel Farage today joined the calls for a ban on the islamic head dress known as the burka. And I applaud him for it in the face of the absolute tide of political correctness and liberal limpness:
He joins a growing chorus of discontent rising throughout Europe where a surprising and varying collective are attempting to hopld back the islamification of 'Eurabia'. We have Nicolas Sarkozy and his government in France also attempting to ban it and other restrictive garments. We also have folks in Switzerland planning to have a referendum on a minaret ban. There appears to be another case of a 'silent majority' here in the UK on the subject. All the folks that I talk to agree with Mr. Farage's sentiment.
In contrast; folks who leave islam [and not all of them to Christianity I might add] are either murdered or persecuted; one cannot wear a star of David in any muslim-dominated area and live; one cannot build in church or any other non-islamic institution on countries such as Saudi Arabia and the like and in some European countries such as the UK; France; Holland and Sweden - there are whole areas of towns and cities totally islamified with some under sharia law.
Our response to this in the UK is the likes of the Law Society and the Archdruid of Canterbury arguing the case for sharia law to be adopted and not rejected - in those very areas. Or for HM Governnment to ban a man who has researched and produced a film regarding the current predicament in his own country w.r.t. its surrender to islam in order to warn his neighbours. The jihad of islam to win the West is under war on many fronts. There are more subtle and fruitful ways to do this than by employing outright 'terrorism'.
Indeed; if a Christian wants to wear a cross to work - they could lose their job; if they ASK to pray for someone - they could lose their job. There is a certain bias in place in our fallen country for islam and against primarily Christianity but also other faiths. One has to ask two [2] questions here: [a] Why the bias and [b] Why islam? I suspect it is because there needs to be a vehicle to first of all 'thin out' religious' tolerance; then unite what is left under a [world religion] umbrella and then to eradicate it totally. One only has to read about the rise and fall of religious Babylon in the Book of Revelation to see that pattern. You have been warned! Real Bereans [Acts 17:11] are truly needed and in short supply; watchmen must warn; evangelists must compel; DO NOT BE DECEIVED! and watch that periphery!
God bless you and God bless Israel ... Keith JS ... 18-Jan-2010

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